According to PhysOrg.com, in a new study researchers have
developed a type of lithium ion battery with an anode and cathode that involve
new battery chemistries, which improves the battery’s performance and possibly
making it acceptable for electric vehicles.
One of the scientists, Yang-Kook Sun
from the University of Hanyang University in Seoul, South Korea,
have had their study on the advanced lithium-ion battery published in a recent
issue of the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
his research expands on the team’s prior
research into the development of advanced lithium-ion battery chemistries. The
secret of the high performance is in the battery’s cathode components. For
this, the scientist uses a cathode made of lithium manganese oxide doped with
nickel and cobalt. A lithium-ion battery with this unique cathode combination
has never been reported.
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